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ISBN: 0820416975
Author: Leonard J. Stanton
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (December 1, 1995)
Pages: 308
Category: Humanities
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Between 1821 and 1891, the Optina Pustyn Monastery of Konzel'sk, in Russia's Kaluga Government, was the site of an unprecedented - and as yet unequaled - period of religious and literary flowering

Between 1821 and 1891, the Optina Pustyn Monastery of Konzel'sk, in Russia's Kaluga Government, was the site of an unprecedented - and as yet unequaled - period of religious and literary flowering. Optina Pustyn was a mecca for many of Russia's most prominent writers and thinkers. Distinguished visitors included Ivan Kireevsky, Nikolai Gogol, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Lev Between 1821 and 1891, the Optina Pustyn Monastery of Konzel'sk, in Russia's Kaluga Government, was the site of an unprecedented - and as yet unequaled - period of religious and literary flowering.

in Russian Literature from the University of Kansas. Between 1821 and 1891, the Optina Pustyn Monastery of Konzel'sk, in Russia's Kaluga Government, was the site of an unprecedented - and as yet unequaled - period of religious and literary flowering.

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Corporate Name: Kozel?skai?a Vvedenskai?a Optina (Monastery) History. Corporate Name: Russkai?a pravoslavnai?a t?serkov?

The Optina Pustyn Monastery in the Russian literary imagination : iconic vision in works by Dostevsky, Gogol, Tolstoy, and others Leonard J. Stanton. The Optina Pustyn Monastery in the Russian literary imagination : iconic vision in works by Dostevsky, Gogol, Tolstoy, and others Leonard J. Corporate Name: Kozel?skai?a Vvedenskai?a Optina (Monastery) History. Corporate Name: Russkai?a pravoslavnai?a t?serkov? In literature. Corporate Name: Orthodox Eastern Church In literature.

iconic vision in works by Dostoevsky, Gogol, Tolstoy, and others. Includes bibliographical references (p. (277)-299) and index. by Leonard J. Published 1995 by Peter Lang in New York. Distinguished visitors included Ivan Kireevsky, Nikolai Gogol, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Lev Tolstoy.

The Optina Pustyn Monastery in the Russian Literary Imagination: iconic vision in works by Dostoevsky, Gogol, Tolstoy, and others.

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Between 1821 and 1891, the Optina Pustyn Monastery of Konzel'sk, in Russia's Kaluga Government, was the site of an unprecedented - and as yet unequaled - period of religious and literary flowering. Optina Pustyn was a mecca for many of Russia's most prominent writers and thinkers. Distinguished visitors included Ivan Kireevsky, Nikolai Gogol, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Lev Tolstoy. This study explains why Optina and its renowned «elders» held a special attraction to Russia's literary giants. It reveals how the elders' use of language was rooted in the «iconic vision» of Optina's fifteen-hundred-year-old tradition of contemplative monasticism. It is the first study to examine Optina's social gravity against the broad background of nineteenth-century institutions of Church and Intelligentsia.

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